At the World Divination Association we are so proud of the hard work and determination shown by our Endorsed Readers. This week we are spotlighting Rosemari Södergren, who has amazingly attained GOLD Endorsement in a whopping five different divination systems and a winner of two separate WDA awards.
Read on to learn how Rosmari became the professional reader she is today and support her by reading, commenting and sharing her success!
About Rosemari Södergren
I am from Sweden, I live close to Stockholm. I am a journalist and author and for me it is very important to find the narratives in the cards when reading. I love cards because they tell us about life. Our life is a narrative and we all have our own story.
Before I found Tarot, Lenormand, Kipper and other methods of divination I practiced karate and was member in a zen-buddhist group. I have a black belt in Karate and have been teaching karate and I have been meditating with the zen-method for more than 30 years.
For me this is an important part of my journey in the world of divination. What I have learned about from karate is that the only way to master anything is to practice and practice and practice. There is no shortcut. What I have learned from zen is that we all are parts of the same universe, we are manifestations of the same elements.
When I discovered that the cards talk to me and talk through me I just could not resist, I just have to learn more and more and more and practice and get experience and more experience in using cards.
I have learned mediumship at Arthur Findlay College in Stansted in England and I have gone a one year course in mediumship for Gordon Smith. I have participated in many other courses in mediumship as well. But for me: my path is the part of divination with cartomancy.
I have reached Gold Endorsement in five systems in WDA: Classic Cartomancy, Tarot, Lenormand, Kipper and La Vera Sibilla.
And I am so grateful that I won two WDA Awards 2021, in Kipper and La Vera Sibilla.
I am the leader for WDA Sweden and I am very happy and proud to be a part of this organization.
I live in Sollentuna, a city close to Stockholm, with my husband and our two wonderful dogs, Mishima and Hazel. My oldest son lives in Stockholm and my youngest son joined the choir of angels 2013. That’s tragic and and a deep sorrow. But I have got strong evidence that life is bigger than death and our lost son has communicated to me and my husband in many ways. For me this message, that life is forever, is the good news, the happiest message and comfort, we can bring to each other.
You can see my work and reach out to me through a number of websites: